Frequent Itchy Skin Rash Is What Disease?

Parasitical Recently I had a lot of hives, some places on my face, limbs, buttocks, thighs and spread to my whole body. Each time being so very uncomfortable. I went to a dermatologist many times but couldn't get rid of allergy medicine after 1-2 days of itching again. Please tell me what illness I have and where to undergo medical examination and treatment? Looking forward to consulting your doctor for help

. Thank you! Hoang Tung, Ben Tre.
Dear Hoang Tung
Urticaria is an inflammatory condition in the dermis that causes topical edema on the skin. The disease causes skin rashes of any shape, size is also different: from the small red papules by the tip of the chopsticks to the red patches, swelling and always accompanied by the symptoms of itching

The rash may appear early in the morning after waking up, in the evening, or maybe all day The characteristic of an urticaria is the appearance of episodes and then disappear, each lasting for a few hours, usually not lasting more than 24 hours. If the disease is limited to several weeks as acute urticaria, the disease over 6 weeks is called chronic urticaria.

Frequent Itchy Skin Rash Is What Disease?

Urticaria is a fairly complex pathology with a variety of causes. Can be caused by infection with blood parasites, infections, food or weather, medication, respiratory antigens (pollen, dust, yeast ...)

Mild urticaria can be treated at home with antihistamines for a period of one to several weeks combined with finding and eliminating the causative agent if any In severe cases, patients often find it difficult to breathe, shock due to respiratory edema, requiring hospitalization for proper examination and treatment by a physician.
Some pictures of itchy skin in patients tested for dog tapeworm infection (dog roundworm larvae)
Dogiasis (Toxocariasis) currently has a very high incidence, the disease often causes skin itching and allergies, in addition, larvae can move organs to the eyes and brain.
Your case may be an acute form of urticaria. Therefore, it is necessary to find and eliminate allergens early.

Frequent Itchy Skin Rash Is What Disease?

. As mentioned above, the disease can be caused by parasites in the blood, by food or by daily contact such as pollen, dust, mold ...
You have seen many dermatological and dermatological treatments in many places Ideally, you should go to a specialist parasite clinic for testing and treatment.
wish you happy and healthy!
Doctor Huong Giang Clinic, Anh Nga Parasite Clinic
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Frequent Itchy Skin Rash Is What Disease?

Medicine to treat dog flukes
The skin changes abnormally due to dog flukes
Cardiogenic shock due to dog tapeworm infection
The culprit of urticaria pruritus
Headache for the whole month due to the "worm" that enters the brain
Why is helminth infection itchy skin?
Signs identify strongyloidiasis
At night, sleep and feel flukes in the anus
Is schistosomiasis dangerous?
What signs to identify helminths?.

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